Tired of Foggy Glasses?

Dear Patient, 

Here at Simpson and Mann Optometry we want you to know that we’re here for you and your eye care needs, and we thank you for remaining loyal to us as we fight through this together. We hope that you and your family are well and safe. 

Tired of your foggy glasses? 

While face masks have become common in our new normal, they aren’t the friendliest accessory to have when wearing eyeglasses. However, we may have a solution for you!  

Unity BioSync® with HydraMist® daily disposable contact lenses allow you to be comfortable all day with exceptional vision, while avoiding the peskiness of fogged-up glasses.  

Receive up to $220 for an annual supply or up to $70 for a 6-month supply purchase of Unity BioSync with HydraMist.* Click here for more details. To learn more about Unity BioSync with HydraMist, please visit unitycontactlenses.com or email {Insert practice email}. 

Nervous about wearing contact lenses? 

Let us help ease your mind. According to the CDC, there is currently no evidence to suggest that contact lens wearers are at a greater risk of acquiring COVID-19 than eyeglass wearers. The CDC and American Optometric Association (AOA) have also provided several guidelines to encourage safe and healthy hygiene habits for contact lens wear.  

To review these in further detail, please visit the CDC and AOA websites. If you have VSP® as your vision coverage, log in to vsp.com, view your contact lens benefits, and make an appointment. Please contact us today for an exam and fitting appointment.  

 *Non-VSP members receive a rebate of up to $200 for annual supply or up to $50 for 6-month supply purchase. 

1. Coronavirus (COVID-19) frequently asked questions. (2020, April 22). Retrieved May 4, 2020, from https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html#How-to-Protect-Yourself 

2. Protect Your Eyes. (2020, April 9). Retrieved May 4, 2020 from https://www.cdc.gov/contactlenses/protect-your-eyes.html 

3. Contact lens wear during COVID-19. (2020, April). Retrieved May 5, 2020, from https://www.aoa.org/covid-19-patient-resources/contact-lens-wear-during-covid-19